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republicans forced his hahand after what he called unprecedented use of the filibuster on three of president obama's nominees to the d.c. circuit court of appeals. the move short-circuits filibusters on most presidential nominees except for those from the u.s. supreme court. >> important and most dangerous >> the most important and most dangerous restructuring of rules since thomas jefferson wrote them. enough is enough. >> this is too important to keep falling prey day after day to washington politics. >> we are approaching a slippery slope that will destroy the vy unique aspect of this institutioion called the united states senate. >> i'm wonderg if senator mccain has a point. will the senate begin to resemble the house? >> it will. you will see a marked increase in partisanship. the filibuster was not used and the republicans have abused it and overused it aand trivialized it. and the grgreat civil rights fit of 1964, the difference betwtwen then and now was found in the vote. they were 29 vos to keep the filibuster going against this -- the civil rights act of 1964. 24 of those were cas
cashiers or parking spots. >> just give us the fax. >> and the nuclear deal. >> are we better off? and then we have an automatic military confrontation. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- questions -- did republican governor chris christie big win mean he is the odds on favorite for 2016? will republicans be able to patch up their differences before then? was terry mcauliffe's victory in virginia a warning for the tea party? did victories by populist democrats in new york and boston indicate the debate over income and equality will dominate our politics for the next few election cycles? a prettyuliffe had good lead going into the election. it turned out to be much closer than anticipated. >> i was not a fan of either candidate. >> i think people are split everywhere. i do not think it is virginia. i think it is everywhere. >> what did the results tell us, charles? >> i think the narrowing of the gap was probably significant. gambled it all on obamacare. he obviously was hurt by the thedown, which affected northern virginia constituency. he got slamme
dollars and $.40 a day, is there more -- an effort to scam? broadened the use of it -- got to get a quick question here. there was talk of replacing joe biden with hillary clinton. >> it has to be considered. in 2011 president obama was in terrible shape. h consideredt, bus getting rid of dan quayle and getting colin powell. but they were thinking it raises questions about my initial judgment in choosing a person. >> i agree with that. but we have heard since then is it ever got to the president for serious consideration but it would have looked like weakness and disloyalty. >> this goes way back. >> we talk about congressional gridlock here occasionally, it occasionally endlessly. on thursday senate republicans got together to block the nomination of former congressman mel watt. was summa cum laude and wh a cum laude. why are these people not qualified? ask theould have to republicans. the votes are there to confirm her. >> people are angry, they are talking about the nuclear option. d.c. circuit is one of the most important circuit and there are three judges who have been held up. it is
thing. the second thing is the lack of candor. this was sold as aimless and s.ubtless -- ouchles us who haveose of been advantaged and we will give up something so everyone will be covered. it will be a more just and healthier society. that was never the argument. the argument is is going to be easy, it will be painless and ouchless and save some money. >> i will recommend to my colleagues on the right that we will do that. a laundry will run ticket and we will win. >> will the rollout fungus spread to the rest of the president's legislative agenda? the idea that we are taking up a 1300 page bill that no one had ever read which is what the senate did is not going to happen. >> that is ready clear. no deal on immigration. i will tell your -- pull your attention to the cover story. it is called locked in the cabinet. the worst job in barack obama's washington. we are completely marginalized until the you know what hits the fan. which nina mentioned last week and we have been hearing anecdotally for years is the president and his white red power at the cost of the cabinet. how much will th
. they encouraged the use of it. >> i got to get a quick question here. there was talk of replacing joe biden with hillary clinton. do you think that happened? >> it has to be considered. in 2011 president obama was in terrible shape. george w. bush in 1991 considered getting rid of dan quayle and getting colin powell. but they were thinking it raises questions about my initial judgment in choosing a person. >> i agree with that. we have heard since then is it never got to the president for serious consideration but it would have looked like weakness and disloyalty. >> eisenhower was always picking about dumping nixon. this goes way back. >> we talk about congressional gridlock. on thursday of this week senate republicans got together to block the nomination of former congressman l watt to be the next rector of the federal housing finance agency and the judge of the district circuit court of appeals. she was some cum laude from the diversity of illinois and magna cum laude from harvard law school. why are these people not qualified? why are they an acceptable? wrecks you will have to ask the
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